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UW SAFS – Quantitative Webinars
January 8, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 12:30 pm on Friday, repeating until March 12, 2021
UW’s School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences hosts weekly lunch-time seminars, where students and faculty share findings from their current research. Read through our past seminars to get an idea of topics covered and be sure to check out our events calendar to download upcoming seminars on your calendar.
|January 8||Tom Langbehn||University of Bergen, Norway||From light, to vision, to species distribution: Developing a mechanistic understanding of species (re-)distributions beyond temperature||Register|
|January 15||Roy Mendelssohn||NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center||Low-dimensional representations of dynamic systems with phase lags||Register|
|January 22||Peter Kuriyama||NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center||Identifying spatially shared dynamics in the California Current System with empirical dynamic modeling||Register|
|January 29||Stephanie Thurner||University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences||Modeling opportunistic exploitation: increased extinction risk when targeting more than one species||Register|
|February 5||Rahel Sollman||University of California at Davis||Occupancy modeling and the study of wildlife communities||Register|
|February 12||Christina Hernández||Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution||Two stories of tuna larvae: combining field observations, otolith analyses, and backtracking simulations||Register|
|February 19||Cecilia O’Leary||NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center||Keeping tabs on groundfish as they move around in a warming ocean||Register|
|February 26||Megan L. Feddern||University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences||Ecosystem chemistry: reconstructing a century of pinniped trophic position and biogeochemical indices in the northeast Pacific using archival museum specimens||Register|
|March 5||Sarah J. Converse||University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit||Synchrony in seabird survival: drivers at multiple spatial scales||Register|
|March 12||Christina Morrisett||Utah State University & Henry’s Fork Foundation||Optimizing multi-stakeholder watershed management in Idaho’s Henry’s Fork||Register|